Footlong Hot Dogs and Tots for $3.99 at Sonic

Currently being promoted at Sonic is their line of Footlong Hot Dogs combo’d with tots for $3.99.

Sonic Footlong Hot Dog with Tots

  • Chili Cheese Coney: A juicy, plump footlong hot dog topped with warm chili and melty cheddar cheese in a soft, warm bakery bun.
  • New York Dog: Get a taste of the Big Apple with SONIC’s Premium Beef New York Dog. A beef hot dog made with 100% pure beef, grilled to perfection and topped with spicy brown mustard, grilled onions and crunchy sauerkraut in a soft, warm bakery bun.
  • All-American Dog: Take a bite out of Americana with SONIC’s Premium Beef All-American Dog. It’s a beef hot dog made with 100% pure beef that’s grilled to perfection and topped with ketchup, yellow mustard, relish and chopped onions and served in a soft, warm bakery bun.
  • Chicago Dog: Got love for the Windy City? Then try SONIC’s Premium Beef Chicago Dog. A beef hot dog made with 100% pure beef and topped with pickle, relish, tomato, sport peppers, celery salt and mustard all served up in a soft, warm poppy seed bun.

5 comments on “Footlong Hot Dogs and Tots for $3.99 at Sonic

  1. Mike N. says:

    Ned Flanders: No foot-longs!
    Maude Flanders: I know, they make you uncomfortable.

    (sounds like a decent deal, might actually get me to a Sonic)

  2. Num says:

    When I go to Sonic I get a footlong coney and large tots, so I hope they have the pricing built to take the difference between the small tots and the large. Don’t wanna go through the hassle of asking. Either way, probably try it this week as these are two foods you just crave every once in a while.

  3. Joe Cool says:

    Nothing beats a foot long anything to put in your mouth!

  4. ahecht says:

    That picture is clearly a chicago dog, but where are the poppy seeds on the bun?

    • MP says:

      Just on that promo pic. I noticed they skimped on the cucumber wedges on the Chicago Dog which I really like but it’s a total sodium bomb. They probably thought a 3rd cucumber addition was overkill. I always take the dill pickle slice off & eat it on the side.
      Also in the ‘no ketchup on a hot dog’ camp because you know, I’m not 5 years old.

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